Your cyberpunk-meets-rustic dreams are about to come true: World of Technology took some pieces of chestnut with cracks and knotholes and made them look other-worldly with some glow-y resin.
This is Offbeat Home's archive of shelving posts.
What systems do you have for storing shoes by the entrance to your home? All of those cute little 12 x 12inch cubby systems or baskets in a drawers don't work because I can fit one (if that!) of my husband's shoes per basket. And boots don't fit in those cubbies, either. How do you avoid the mountain of shoes by the door?
This bronze dude was donated to me years ago by friends opening a retail store, who found a dozen or so vintage mannequins in the attic space. But after a few moves, he wasn't as handsome as he used to be, but I was reluctant to toss him. In a last ditch effort to revive him for one more life, I decided to cut off his imperfections and make him into a shelf.
Longtime Homie Vacantmuse sent her artsy shelf moment our way. I love her idea of making space for an ever-changing art display. Could this be the first Monday Moment "great idea of the day" combo!? I think so.
If you have access to wine crates (you just might if you're planning a large party, work for a restaurant, or enjoy buying wine in bulk) you have access to awesome modular shelving units that work wonders in a few key spaces.